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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby Yllet » Wed Dec 21, 2011 11:12 pm

tbentley wrote:Is the chain something like this

EQ ---> Tape ---> TB+ ---> VTMM2 ---> Power Bus ---> Limiter


I would go:

Tape ---> TB+ ---> VTM ----> (eq if needed, but why?) ---> Power Bus ---> Compressor ----> (Tape if needed) ---> Limiter

/Jon
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby tbentley » Thu Dec 22, 2011 12:08 am

When i master a track, I roll some of the extreme lows out first.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby richie43 » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:03 am

My chain is like this;
Console Input--> EQ (if needed)--> Console out (or removed and replaced with powered buss)--> Powered Buss--> Comp--> Tape--> VTMM2 (If you have it)--> Limiter (if needed, usually not)
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby cactuseskimo » Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:38 pm

Just wanted to add my two cents and say I'm enjoying this program on the master bus. I actually found the presence boost a little too much for my liking, but once I adjusted the the mix to about 40% going through the program, I was really digging it. Subtle eq enhancement, and it does indeed impart a little 3D-ness to the mix. Thanks!
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby mchillak » Thu Jan 12, 2012 4:08 am

@Cactuseskimo I'm curious, how did you (or what do you mean by) "adjusted the mix to about %40 going through the program". Were you talking about the gain going into the program? or is there a wet/dry knob that I didn't notice.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby richie43 » Thu Jan 12, 2012 5:03 am

Nebula has no wet/dry features. Some DAW's, like Reaper, allow for wet/dry in any plugin, but I have not had good results with that using Nebula.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby KP2009 » Thu Jan 12, 2012 11:45 am

Hey rhythminmind, could you do a No EQ version if possible??

Thanks
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby ericus » Thu Jan 12, 2012 6:11 pm

KP2009 wrote:Hey rhythminmind, could you do a No EQ version if possible??

Thanks


As much as I love the actual version, this could be handy too... :mrgreen:
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby Barendse » Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:48 pm

Okay, one more request: 96 & 44.1 programs please.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby cactuseskimo » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:51 am

mchillak wrote:@Cactuseskimo I'm curious, how did you (or what do you mean by) "adjusted the mix to about %40 going through the program". Were you talking about the gain going into the program? or is there a wet/dry knob that I didn't notice.


Yes, it is a Reaper feature. I find it works well with this program, but it's hit or miss with other.
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